A Cut Above Clearly someone has some beef to settle when Chefs John Tesar and Terry Sargent step into the arena in the hopes of taking down Bobby Flay. Cutthroat Kitchen judges Jet Tila and Simon Majumdar see which chef is a cut above the rest.
Touchdown! It's a coin toss as former football player, Chef Deji Oduwole, and competition junkie, Chef Zane Holmquist, put their game faces on to compete one-on-one against Bobby Flay. Food Network's Anne Burrell and former professional boxer Laila Ali take a front row seat in what's sure to be a culinary knockout.
Sweet And Spicy Food Network Southern belles Katie Lee and Damaris Phillips aren't all hugs and kisses as they conspire to crush Bobby Flay. New Mexico-born chef, Carlos Baez, takes on Long Island, N.Y., chef Steven Scalesse, for the chance to break Bobby's heart on Valentine's Day.
A Feather In Your Cap Food Network vets Sunny Anderson and Alex Guarnaschelli ruffle some feathers in this epic culinary battle. Chef Mohan Ismail brings his Singaporean flare against Long Island, N.Y., all-star, Chef Nicole Roarke.
The Boys Are Back It's new school verse old school, South Western-style, when veteran Sante Fe chef Todd Hall and Phoenix chef Brian Archibald duke it out with hopes of convincing Iron Chef Michael Symon and Chef Michael Voltaggio that they have what it takes to beat Bobby Flay!
Always Expect The Unexpected The stakes are high as Chopped host Ted Allen and Cooking Channel host Kelsey Nixon step into the arena and decide which chef has the culinary gumption to take down Bobby. Will it be Syrian chef Sanaa Abourezk or Philadelphia's hottest chef, Matt Levin?